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Modem sustainable cyanide destruction control


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Industrial Process Description
Cyanide-containing waste is produced in various industries such as mining and electroplating. Processes such as stripping, cleaning, and plating generate wastes that can include metal cyanide complexes with alkaline iron, nickel, zinc, cadmium, copper, silver, and gold. Wastes containing cyanide are required by both US EPA law 40 CFR pan 413 & 433.' and Ontario. Canada. 560/94 to be discharged below 1 ppm monthly. These levels may be decreased in the future. Therefore, it is best for an effective approach to be taken so that cyanide levels are discharged at the lowest level that is economically and technically feasible.

Cyanide Process
While Cyanide usage and disposal can present a significant risk. Current industry techniques for management of cyanide ensures the protection of human health and the environment.

Cyanide usage and disposal methods in mining and other industries is a safe and effective process. However, society's increasing concern in regards to environmental issues, paired with incidents involving the accidental release of cyanide, has placed society's focus on the approach the mining industry is taking in regards to the usage and control of cyanide. It is important for mining and all cyanide usage industries to act with duediligence. and achieve best practices in cyanide management.

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